S.F. Leg of Chow's Innovation Tour Confirms That Yes, We Like Burritos

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Last week, we poked our head in the car to check out the start of Chow's three-city inspiration tour. Lessley Anderson and Roxanne Weber have their TripTik mapped out for L.A. and New York, after spending a week dropping in on S.F. food establishments they deem innovative in some way. Now, having slipped down I-5 to the land of svelte burritos and skinnier people, Anderson and Webber offer up their impressions of innovation, San Francisco-style.

To condense: We're beautiful, sweatshirt-wearing hippies suffering from extreme xenophobia, who obsess over burritos, and who haven't lost our taste for either foams or eccentric ingredient mashups. Oh, and it's cold here, so we need blankets to sit outdoors.

Hmm. With all respect to Anderson and Webber, we're thinking those findings could've come, not from a week spent swiping the Chow corporate card, but by spending a few hours in Dolores, with timeouts for munchy runs down 18th Street.

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